Liverpool

The Archdiocese of Leeds has 214 churches (as of 2007). The cathedral is in Liverpool and is dedicated to Christ the King. The Diocese of Liverpool was founded on 29 September 1850, and elevated to become an archdiocese on 28 October 1911. It consists of the county of Lancashire south of the Ribble, parts of Merseyside, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, and the Isle of Man. It is the Metropolitan diocese in Province of Liverpool.

Warrington – Sacred Heart

An example of the work of one of the leading church practices in Liverpool in the late 19th  century. Though the hard... Read More

Warrington – St Alban

St Alban’s has historical importance as the first Catholic mission and church in Warrington. The Pugin and Pugin... Read More

Warrington – St Benedict

The church is a well-designed and attractively proportioned building with a striking exterior. Its neo-Byzantine design... Read More

Warrington – St Mary

The grandest Roman Catholic church in Warrington and a major work by E.W. and P.P. Pugin, elaborately fitted... Read More

Warrington – St Oswald, King and Martyr

Large church built in 1964 on a T-plan in a stripped down round-arched style. Unlike other designs from L.A.G.... Read More

Warrington – St Paul of the Cross

A modest modern church of limited architectural interest. Originally a rural hamlet, Burtonwood is now a modern... Read More

Warrington – St Peter and St Michael

Although post-dating Catholic Emancipation, the church is a typically modest example of a Roman Catholic chapel of the... Read More

Warrington – St Stephen, First Martyr

A  large,  conspicuous  and  little-altered  example  of  an  early  1960s church, modern in design but with... Read More

Warrington – The Resurrection and St Bridget

An  unremarkable  modern  church  building,  designed  by  the architectural firm which is the lineal successor... Read More

Waterloo – St Edmund

Very late, spare design, at the tail-end of the Gothic Revival. The baldacchino is a good feature of the... Read More

Waterloo – St Thomas of Canterbury

Stone-built church in 14th century Gothic style, one of a number built in the Archdiocese from designs by Edmund... Read More

Wavertree – Our Lady of Good Help

A substantial and well-designed church by J. & B. Sinnott. Whilst the tower and spire were never built as originally... Read More

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